Obituary drummer Donald Tardy is apparently a man with a heart of gold. Well, when it comes to feral cats that is. Apparently, Donald takes care of 20 colonies of cats in Tampa Bay, Florida, making sure that they not only get food and shelter, but that they are also spayed and neutered. If he comes across a new cat that seems like it came from someone’s home (such as a runaway), he tries to make sure it gets to a new home. He also estimates that doing this service costs him nearly $20,000 per year. I personally think that the city should be cutting him a check for doing this service.
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